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Regis University
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Edfd 630 - EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 1

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CPS SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND COUNSELING GRADUATE LEARNING MODULE 7 09 EDFD 630 THEORIES OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING Course Description In this course students will study the theories and principals of human development and learning emphasizing applications in educational settings The course considers normal development and its conditions as well as a systematic study of life span development The course has an emphasis on student learning in the specific level of teaching Course Prerequisites No prerequisite courses are required prior to the taking of this course Learning Topics Learning Topic 1 Overview of Human Development Components Theory and Research Strategies Learning Topic 2 Biosocial Cognitive and Psychosocial Development Prenatal Through Adolescence Learning Topic 3 Biosocial Cognitive and Psychosocial Development Adolescence Through Early Adulthood Learning Topic 4 Research and Writing Learning Topic 5 Understanding Definitions and Perspectives of Learning and Learning Theory Learning Topic 6 Learning Theory Behaviorists Social Cognitive Theory and Cognitive Views of Learning Learning Topic 7 Complex Learning and Cognition and Motivation Learning Topic 8 Final Project Field Experience This course includes 15 field experience hours focusing on human growth and development and learning theory In order to receive a final grade for the course students must turn in field experience logs at the required time Students must maintain a copy for their personal records and or the portfolio First Night Assignment for classroom based courses only A connection has been firmly established by numerous studies that show a positive correlation between motivation and academic achievement Wlodkowski 1999 Abraham Maslow s theory of motivation is summed up in his hierarchy of needs Find and copy the Hierarchy of Needs Write Maslow s definition for each of the levels of need Using any of the age levels that you desire elementary middle school or EDFD 630 Module 1 17 7 2009



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